Hey y'all.  (I haven't been on here in a bit--my apologies!!) I published a post today that has taken a good bit of thought and many re-writes.  I'd appreciate your thoughts on it.  It's on Blog Envy.  I've been blogging for just over a year and it used to just make my heart ache when I'd see people whose blogs were so much "more successful" than mine.  It's taken a long time to realize that as long as I'm staying true to myself and not giving up...I AM SUCCESSFUL.  I hope to help some people with this post.  I know that many of us experience "blog envy" but it's a hard thing to admit to yourself, much less talk about.  I'd love to hear more thoughts here as well. Tips for success, your personal story, etc.  It will only become less "taboo" if we talk about it!

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Sigh, I feel the same way. I love the tone of their sites, their humor coming through, the way they're able to combine family life, reviews, etc. They just seem to have this great knack for blogging. I find myself struggling and wondering how I can change what I'm doing. I'm heading over to check out your post!

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